Twelve More Games Get NVIDIA DLSS, including F1 2022, Hitman 3, and Vampire: The Masquerade – Swansong

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NVIDIA has confirmed that twelve new games are adding support for DLSS. Among the titles that are being blessed with green team’s groundbreaking AI rendering technology is IO Interactive’s final installment of the World of Assassination Trilogy, Hitman 3, which gets DLSS today as part of the new 3.110 update. Other notable titles include Deep Rock Galactic, Vampire: The Masquerade – Swansong, and F1 22, EA and Codemasters’ latest Formula 1 racer that is speeding onto the scene July 1 with the additional benefit of ray tracing. NVIDIA says that over 180 games and applications now support DLSS.

  • F1 22 (July 1)
  • HITMAN 3 (Available now)
  • Deep Rock Galactic (Available now)
  • LEAP (June 1)
  • Ghost (Available now)
  • Loopmancer (This summer)
  • Hydroneer (Available now)
  • Propnight (Available now)
  • Raji: An Ancient Epic (Available now)
  • Vampire: The Masquerade – Swansong (Available now)
  • Turbo Sloths (This summer)
  • Wastride Challengers (Available now)

GeForce RTX RT Cores power ray tracing workloads at previously unimaginable speeds, NVIDIA development tools and initiatives enable developers to make incredible content in record time, and NVIDIA DLSS accelerates performance without sacrificing image quality, giving GeForce gamers the definitive experience.

NVIDIA DLSS is now available for every major game engine, allowing anyone to add its technology to any game. Since the launch of DLSS, over 180 games and applications have added the tech, and today at COMPUTEX 2022 we’re unveiling the addition of NVIDIA DLSS to another 12 games, including Deep Rock Galactic, F1 22, LEAP, Ghost, Loopmancer, Hitman 3, Hydroneer, Propnite, Raji: An Ancient Epic, Vampire: The Masquerade – Swansong, Turbo Sloths, and Warstride Challenges.

Source: NVIDIA

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